Adrien Grenier of Entourage is currently filming a documentary called Teenage Paparazzi, for which he has enlisted Alec Baldwin, Whoopi Goldberg, Eva Longoria, Rosie O’Donnell and others.
Grenier’s film, which surfaced on gossip sites when the actor was seen around Los Angeles with interview subject Paris Hilton, explores his relationship with a 14-year-old paparazzo who took his photo. The docu will feature Grenier interviewing actors and commentators — including Martin Landau, Noam Chomsky and "Daily Show" comedian Lewis Black — about the culture of fame.
[Producer Matthew] Cooke, who is functioning as a "sounding board" for the director, said "Paparazzi" will interweave the relationship portrait with philosophical interviews in the style of Richard Linklater’s "Waking Life [clip after the jump so you understand what we're dealing with]." It is being shopped to distributors and might be unveiled as a feature or miniseries. [THR]
Ooh, I can’t wait. I’ve always wanted to see a movie that recreates the experience of catching your junior-high-droput pot dealer in a moment of introspection. Fascinating thought, Entourage guy! Tell me about quantum mechanics!"
I want more like this!
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